The Old Woman and Other Lesbian Stories

  • by Q. Kelly
  • Narrated by Robin McKay
  • 2 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is a compilation of nine lesbian short stories including:
"The Old Woman": Jessica is a pretty good best friend, but she goes too far when she dares Rachel to ask an old woman on a date. Rachel has no choice; otherwise Jessica will do the asking, and Rachel has no intention of humiliating the old woman. Turns out maybe Jessica's idea was not so bad after all. There is a lot more to Ada than her age.
"Funeral": Olivia takes a drastic step to combat lesbian bed death.
"The Lesbian Curse": Becky and Katy are in middle school and tussling over a boy. Becky curses Katy, saying Katy will become a lesbian.
"Polly Wanna Cracker": Polly is a bird. A parrot, to be exact. She follows the goings-on of her human family, especially Faye, the daughter, and Glenda, the mother. Polly knows their secrets, too. Will Polly spill the beans when she finds herself able to talk after bonking her head against a window?
"What Girlfriend?": Bobbie hopes her one-night stand won't pull the U-Haul trick.
"Haunted": Haunted people? Sure, they're everywhere. Haunted houses? Oooh, spooky. Good movie fodder. Excellent for campfire scares. Haunted cars? They're not unheard of. But haunted pens? Yep, they exist, as Linda and Victoria find out when such a pen brings them together.
"Fortune": Best friends Jackie and Emma go to a fortune teller. Emma is shocked when the teller reveals to Jackie that Emma is her secret admirer.
"Lili from the Future": It's a dream many people have; your future self visits you and fucks you.
"Lizzie": Twelve-year-old Shel is not sure if her best friend means it when he says he's going to kill a person.

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The Old Woman and Other Lesbian Stories

I really enjoy Q. Kelly's books but this book of short stories I did not like at all. I am so glad that this is not the first book of hers that I came across. I would have never given her other wonderfully written books a chance. She is a very good writer, I don't know what happened when it came to this book. Unfortunately only her short story books are available on Audible. I had the joy of reading her other books. And the narrator in my opinion did not help this book. Her voice story after story remained pretty much the same. I will be sure to stay away from any of books she is narrating. I try not to give a bad review but this book and it's narration I felt were bad.
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- Teyah

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-01-2014
  • Publisher: Ride the Rainbow Books